The Securities Institute, the London-based training body for the securities industry, has appointed Carlye (pronounced “Carly”) Campbell as its first-ever Scottish representative.
Campbell, aged 41, has spent the last few years as a full-time mother following the birth of twin boys. Prior to this she worked at Scottish Widows in Edinburgh as Client Manager, Investment and at General Accident Investment Management Services, Perth as an Investment Analyst.
“We are delighted that Carlye is joining us as our representative in Scotland,” says Simon Culhane, CEO of the Securities Institute. “Her appointment and the opening of our first office in Edinburgh, reflects the importance of Scotland as a major UK financial centre.”
Carlye Campbell says she is pleased to be working with the Securities Institute. “We want to help Scottish members and firms become more aware of what the Securities Institute offers and how we can help retain Scotland’s position as a leading financial centre,” she says.
The Securities Institute was formed in 1992 by a group of individual members of the London Stock Exchange. Its objects are to set professional standards, to measure their attainment and to promote ethical behaviour throughout the industry.